|1. How to start?|
|First steps with the Orimoto®-Program.|
|2. Why are there so many inside the Orimoto®-Programm?|
|The in the Orimoto®-Program gives more information about each field. To do this, they must be pressed very gently.|
|3. Where can I get more information on book folding?|
|These two instruction books describe the following and much more.|
|4. How to work with the pattern without a printer?|
|In the Orimoto® programme there is the measuring method (M), with this a pattern with measured values can be created. With a ruler and a pencil, the measured values can be transferred to the book sheet. To do this, the ruler is placed at the upper edge of the book at zero and all the measured values of the book sheet are transferred with a pencil. The ruler is not moved in the process. A paper ruler can also be used. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)|
|5. What is the difference between the graphic pattern and the measurement pattern?|
The finished folded book has no difference. The graphic pattern is nothing more than a paper ruler. It has the advantage that the measurements do not have to be transferred and therefore the graphic pattern is faster, more accurate and you can see what is being worked on.
|6. How is the graphic pattern structured and how do I optimally lay out the graphic pattern in the book?|
The graphic pattern is divided into individual areas:
So that the object later sits in the middle of the book, the book leaf is placed on the upper blue or lower pink line (in the graphic pattern all lines are black). On the left, the book page is as high as the created pattern. In the middle and on the right, the book leaf is larger than the pattern, here the object later sits a little higher or lower in the book.
The pattern can be cut off at the blue or pink line so that it can then be placed flush against the edge of the book page.
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